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Greek language -- Infinitive 4
Latin language -- Infinitive 4
Latin language -- Grammar 3
English language -- Infinitive 2
Greek language -- Grammar 2
Greek language, Biblical -- Infinitive 2
Infinitive 2
Infinitive phrases 2
Spanish language -- Infinitive 2
Spanish language -- To 1500 2
ENGLISH 1
English language -- Gerund 1
English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 Infinitive 1
English language -- Participle 1
Eveyone can understand Modal Verbs! What are model verbs? Model verbs are also called auxiliary verbs 1
French language -- Infinitive 1
French language -- Syntax 1
GRAMMAR 1
German language -- Infinitive 1
Hebrew language -- Infinitive 1
Hebrew language -- Verb 1
Hesiod 1
I do. yes 1
I don't. Model verbs can be used as part of the grammar structure of the sentence 1
INFINITIVE 1
Livy 1
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D 1
Polybius 1
Terence 1
Thucydides 1
VERBS 1
Xenophon 1
and they can only be used with a verb. The usage of model verbs: Model verbs stay in the base form - bare infinitive - the bare infinitive is the infinitive without "to" before the verb. The following model verbs are used to with the present tense: can 1
could 1
helping verbs and model auxiliaries. Model verbs are not complete verbs 1
may The following model verbs are used in the past tense: would 1
might Model verbs are used to answer questions in the short form yes 1
must 1
need 1
ought to 1
shall 1
should 1
such as when used with the perfect tenses. When are model verbs used: Prediction - Will and Shall Will and shall can be used to state predict that an event or an action will take place or will occur The model verbs can used to make a prediction a 1
we can. No 1
will 1
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